In the wake of all the “scandals,” poor decisions, lack of leadership and actions without integrity at the University of Louisville, many people lost their jobs, reputations were damaged, feeling were hurt and fans were divided.
It was a tough time and it seems that things are starting to take a turn in the right direction. But we can’t move forwards until we let go of the past – so it’s time to finally put an end to the Jurich era.
Check out the schedule below and follow the links to get your tickets today!
Press release from the University of Louisville athletic department:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville men’s soccer team released its 2018 schedule on Tuesday afternoon and the lineup features six matches against 2017 NCAA Championship qualifiers as well as 10 games at Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium.
The Cardinals, who advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Championship for the fifth time in the last eight seasons in 2017, will face another challenging slate for head coach Ken Lolla‘s 13th season. Louisville’s home schedule includes a pair of matches against NCAA qualifiers – Duke on Sept. 9 and Clemson on Oct. 20. Season tickets for the 2018 campaign are on sale now and can be purchased here.
2018 Louisville Soccer Season Tickets On Sale Now
Early bird pricing featuring 10 percent discount on all season ticket packages available through Feb. 22
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Season tickets for the 2018 University of Louisville soccer season are on sale now through the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office, which is offering an early bird 10 percent discount on all packages purchased through Feb. 22. The 2018 Louisville soccer season tickets can be purchased online at GoCards.com/soccertickets.
The number 4 overall seed UofL Cardinals will take on Akron tonight at 7 PM. You can still purchase tickets below and there are a TON of awesome ways to do so!
- FREE STUDENT TICKETS: All UofL students (with student ID) receive FREE general admission tickets to Friday’s NCAA quarterfinal match courtesy of Louisville Cardinals Athletics and the Cardinals men’s soccer program.
- FACULTY/STAFF TICKETS: All UofL faculty and staff will receive two (2) complimentary tickets to Friday’s match courtesy of the Cardinals men’s soccer program. Faculty/staff tickets must be redeemed prior to 4 p.m., ET on Friday, Dec. 1. Faculty/staff tickets must be redeemed (with university ID) at the Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Ticket Office during normal operating hours.
- GROUP TICKETS: Groups of 10 or more can purchase $3 general admission/berm tickets
- LOUISVILLE CITY FC TICKET PROMOTION: Anyone arriving at Lynn Stadium for Friday’s match wearing Louisville City FC apparel can purchase $3 general admission/berm tickets
The winner of this match will go on to the College Cup! Get out and support this team!
What a way to cap off a fantastic weekend for UofL sports! Congratulations are in order for the men’s soccer team, as they defeated Colgate tonight in the Sweet 16 round this evening. They will take on Akron Friday, 7 PM at Lynn Stadium. Be sure to get out to Lynn and support this team!
The University of Louisville men’s soccer team starts their road to the ACC Championship today. They will take on Virginia at 1 PM at Lynn Stadium in their first game of the ACC Championship in the quarterfinals. Tickets are available at the gate! Enjoy your Sunday at the stadium.
The University of Louisville men’s soccer team had an awesome road win at #4 Clemson this past weekend. They clinched the 3 seed in the ACC Tournament and will play this Sunday at 1 PM at Lynn Stadium (opponent to be determined). They also made a climb in the RPI Rankings to finish out the regular season. Make sure to get out and support the team this weekend! This will be one of the most stacked ACC Tourneys in recent memory! Here are some facts:
Tournament & Ticket Info
Starting this season, I am going to start bringing you the Cardinal Catch Up, which will update you on all of the “other” sports at UofL. We know that basketball and football get most of the attention, and for good reason of course. But this will let you know how the other teams are doing. I won’t write full stories on those sports, but will link the official press releases from UofL for the most part. I will at least tell you scores and records, just so you can stay informed on how the other teams are performing.
For example, you may not necessarily care about all of the details of a soccer or field hockey game, but you are interested to know how the teams are doing. This post will do that, just keeping it simple. And you will be provided with the press releases in case you do want the details of games and teams. It will be like a one-stop shop to find out how the rest of the teams at UofL are doing. Hope you enjoy!